How to get Tickets for Memphis Events.
Find the Concrt, Sports or Theaterical event of your choice from the schedule above and then click the orange “View Tickets” link to advance to the following screen. You will be able to select seats via our interactive seating charts which allow you to compare multiple sections at one time, choose locations by price range or quantity as well as when available view the stage, field or court from all areas of the arena.
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What to do in Memphis?
Memphis Concert Tickets
If you would like to go to a concert in Memphis to experience the live music, Barrys Tickets is your resource. All it takes is a phone call or a few clicks to purchase concert tickets for Memphis and the nearby areas.
Memphis Theater Tickets
Whether you like a drama, comedy, or musical, we will provide you with seats to the hottest live theater performances. Barrys Tickets is your ticket broker for all theatre events in the Memphis area.
Memphis Sports Tickets
While the library does not have copies of local minutes, such as birth certificate or deeds, librarians can straight customers to the appropriate city and state agencies; however, some general publication by state and city agencies are obtainable.
Don't miss the fun of live sporting events in Memphis. Barrys Tickets provides tickets for all expert and college sports, such as baseball, football, basketball, hockey and more. We carry tickets for all venues, such as stadiums, amphitheaters, clubs, racetracks, and arenas.
Memphis, Indiana has access to White River, Clowes Memorial Hall, the Indiana State Capitol Building, the Morris-Butler House, Fort Harrison State Park, the Children’s Museum and the Indiana State Fairgrounds. More Memphis attractions are the Scottish Rite Cathedral, the James Whitcomb Riley Museum, Easley Winery, the Memphis Museum of Art, the Benjamin Harris Home, the Eitlejorg Museum of American Indians plus the Indiana Medical History Museum.
Most tourists tour the Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum, Track Attack Racing School, Gaia Wines Contemporary Winery, the Indiana State Museum and Butterfly Paradise. The Memphis Arts Garden, White River Gardens and the Memphis Zoo are quite popular as well.
Memphis Concerts Tickets
You can purchase Concert Tickets for all venues in Memphis from the biggest bands and acts in the world down to the smallest clubs including Taylor Swift Tickets,
U2 Tickets and
Coldplay Tickets all without any service fees. Barry's Tickets stocks all events at the Toyota Center, House of Blues in Memphis, NRG Stadium, Bayou Music Center, Wherehouse Live, Jones Hall and everywhere in between.
Memphis Theater Tickets
From Wicked Tickets to local theater tickets you can purchase seats for all events at the Hobby Center in Memphis as well as shows at the Bayou Music Center.
Memphis, city seat of Shelby co., SW Tenn., on the Fourth, or Lower, Chickasaw Bluff above the Mississippi, at the mouth of the Wolf River.. 1826. A river port with excellent anchorages on the Wolf, Memphis is the biggest city in the state, a port of entry, a rail and air sharing center, and a leading hardwood lumber, cotton, and livestock market. Its wide diversity of manufactures includes textiles, consumer goods, paints, and automotive parts. Some corporations have national headquarters in the city. Trans-Mississippi bridges connect Memphis with Arkansas.
De Soto is said to have crossed the Mississippi close to the site of Memphis. The area was strategically important throughout the time of the British, French, and Spanish rivalries in the 18th cent. A U.S. fort was erect in 1797. The city was recognized (1819) by Andrew Jackson, Marcus Winchester, and John Overton. In the Civil War, it fell, on June 6, 1862, to a Union force led by the elder Charles Henry Davis. Severe yellow-fever epidemics occurred in the 1870s, and thousands died. So many people fled the city that its charter had to be surrender (1879); it was not restored until 1891. E. H. “Boss” Crump ruled Memphis from 1909 until his supporting hold was broken after 1948